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Associations Now – October 19, 2017


The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance, which hopes to create an open-source blockchain standard around the technology for the business world, has gained more than 200 members in less than a year—including a number of Fortune 500 companies.

Finextra – October 18, 2017

Sberbank joins Enterprise Ethereum Alliance

Sberbank joined the non-commercial alliance Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA). The bank is the first Russian bank to become a member of the alliance.

Medium – August 28, 2017

Lunyr joins the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA)

We would like to announce that Lunyr is now a proud member of the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA). We look forward to the journey ahead and working with others to contribute to this thriving industry.

Fortune – August 22, 2017

Why Big Business Is Racing to Build Blockchains

Even if the craze for Bitcoin and Ethereum abates, the power of the “blockchain” tech behind those currencies is very real. Here’s how businesses are trying to harness it—and why they can’t afford to ignore it.

World Economic Forum – August 15, 2017

You’ve heard of Bitcoin, but what about Ethereum?

You’ve just got to grips with Bitcoin – maybe you’ve even used it. Well, it has a new challenger on the scene that’s got the support of some major businesses.

International Business Times – August 15, 2017

This Blockchain Startup Could Revolutionize Real Estate Investments

On Tuesday, an initial coin offering launched by the real estate startup Propy Inc. sent shockwaves throughout the blockchain community. The tokenized fundraising campaign raised more than $5 million, attracting investors like billionaire TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington. Demand for Propy’s tokens, called PRO, was so high it overloaded the Ethereum network.

Fintech Finance – August 15, 2017

Blockchain and the Open Source Advantage

At Synechron, we’re often asked by our financial services clients for our perspective on the blockchain platform most suited to their use cases. Having developed functional applications upon each of the leading enterprise blockchains–Ethereum and its enterprise version Quorum, Fabric, and Corda – all have one thing in common: they are open source platforms.

EconoTimes – August 15, 2017

Ethereum Enterprise Alliance launches Legal Working Group with 10 law firms

The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA), an industry-supported initiative to evolve Ethereum into an enterprise-grade technology, has announced the launch of Legal Industry Working Group with 14 leading law firms and academic institutions to explore building enterprise-grade applications on Ethereum.